The office of undergraduate admissions at NYU sent out a strange sort of e-mail to prospective students this week suggesting that recipients of the message would probably gain entrance to the university. Vice president of enrollment management Randall Dieke tells NYU News that the e-mail was not so much a notice of admission as it was a heads-up for high school students to start making travel arrangements to visit the expanding NYU empire. Dieke says students should expect more straightforward notifications towards the end of the month. Surely, this sort of correspondence won't curb any nail-biting over the admissions process, congratulations are still in order: you may or may not be accepted to NYU!